Aldo Rino Smiloveux Bell
Crossroad - Poem by Aldo Rino Smiloveux Bell
Saw you again last weekend, Baby.
On Saturday, at the music school.
Looked at you from behind, Baby.
And from the side, at your sweetpale profile.
Kissed your pink, plump lips
with my eyes.
Stroked your hair softly
with my thoughts.
Met your eyes a few seconds,
gasoline on the fire!
Talked with you a little.
Turn on my heart recorder.
You took your time
to say Hello.
Even waved a little.
Enough for now.
I love you more.
and you know.
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